HeartGold and SoulSilver Town Map

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In-Game DescriptionLocationKanto or Johto
A place where you can experience wild thrills safely.
An easy path of Cycling Road running above the sea.
A mountain where a star fell. It now holds a mysterious power.
A southern city that is bathed in orange by the setting sun.
A town used to be here until it was swept away by an eruption.
A path that winds and bends from the forest's entrance.
A way home that runs from the base of the mountain to the plains.
A tower that was hit by lightning, and subsequently caught fire and burned.
A short road that leads to the blocked-off Underground Path.
A mysterious mountain village cut into a rock face.
When SLOWPOKE are thirsty, they come here to drink.
A one-way road down a hill that has a gentle slope and is fun to traverse.
A naturally large cavern that is incredibly spacious.
A road running south of Saffron City connecting to the Underground Path.
A historic village that has become new.
A beachside city that has benefitted greatly from the sea.
This old village is still surrounded by trees and other scenery.
A path crossed by the Magnet Train bridge—nature meets technology.
Deep underground, it's connected to the ocean. The water flows here.
A pleasant coastal road where the breeze blows and waves roar.
A dark tunnel that begins in Lavender Town and comes out in Cerulean City.
A short road that leads to the blocked-off Underground Path.
The southern ending point of Cycling Road.
A city where you can hear the melody of the sea.
A large forest full of tress that are used to make charcoal.
A road running north of Saffron City connecting to the Underground Path.
A beautiful city with flowing water and blooming flowers.
A winding road by a river, but called 'Mountain Road.'
A path that weaves through trees and comes out at a farm.
A woodland path that comes out at a lake. Beware the greedy gate.
A snow-covered area of old legends, surrounded by a wall of snow.
A small path opened at the base of challenging Mt. Mortar.
In-Game DescriptionLocationKanto or Johto
A bright path with a lake that's easy on the eyes and easy to traverse.
It shines brightly over the ocean with the power of AMPHAROS.
A downhill path that passes through a grassy and breezy plain.
A road that tests Trainers aiming at the Pokémon League.
A huge lake full of clear, blue water.
A cave that connects Route 44 to Blackthorn City.
A hallowed mountain that rises between the Johto and Kanto regions.
A green and densely overgrown path that forks in two directions.
A fairly new and quiet town. It's a small and pretty place.
A place where people from all over come to show off their strength.
A beautiful city that is enveloped in green year-round.
A road that passes along the canal and comes out at the Power Plant.
A bridge known for its fishing. It's also called 'Silence Bridge.'
A difficult, narrow path where many Trainers await you.
The fate many Trainers aiming for the top rests here.
A town where people and Pokémon live together in simple harmony.
A place where you can find a former adventure.
A vacant and hidden mountain road that continues to Mt. Silver.
A grassy path where you can battle other young Trainers.
You can hear the waves in this path from west Olivine City to the sea.
A road on a cliff that strikes fear in the hearts of those who dare to pass.
A rough spot in the sea where whirlpools block your path.
A beautiful bridge that stretches across a river.
An unimaginably difficult mountain road that gives the impression of a test.
A pleasant path from the base of the mountain to the Safari Zone.
A city where you can smell small flowers and a sea breeze.
A road that begins a journey. The road smells like freshly cut grass.
A rich, rainbow-colored city where people and Pokémon gather.
A tower where they study diligently to learn to live with Pokémon.
A country road full of greenery and rough paths.
A difficult and always rainy path that comes out in a cave.
A short, nostalgic path winding through nature.
In-Game DescriptionLocationKanto or Johto
A grassy path with a gentle, refreshing breeze.
A coastal road where the only threat might be the volcano on the horizon.
A popular path with swimmers. The Seafoam Islands are also here.
A coastal road littered with rocks due to Cinnabar Island's volcano eruption.
This used to be the location of the Safari Zone, but is now the ________.
A cave that had collapsed once. It has been reconstructed.
A forest filled with nature and Bug-type Pokémon.
A road that crosses from Johto to the Kanto region, like a new journey.
The plant that generates all the energy for the Kanto region.
A city that even now bears the marks of its history.
A town where the wind blows and tells of impending change.
Four islands that are protected by whirlpools and are difficult to reach.
A spacious and beautiful park. It's connected to the Pokéathlon Dome.
A quiet city nestled between rugged mountains and rocks.
A developing city where people and Pokémon come and go as they like.
The Tohjo waterfall that links the Kanto and Johto regions.
A tunnel dug by DIGLETT connecting Vermilion City to Pewter City.
A wonderful path with a few pleasant springs and abundant greenery.
A town with a suspicious air to it. It's a hiding place for ninjas.
A path that winds through the forest and comes out overlooking the sea.
Two small islands lightly floating in the ocean.
A path to Victory Road that eventually becomes impassable.
A small town covered in a beautiful hue of purple.
A road where many rocks have fallen from the sky to create craters.
The northern starting point of Cycling Road.
A lush, green path, even though it's right next to a city.
A road that forms a maze crossing a small, rocky mountain.
A dark, difficult-to-navigate tunnel that runs beneath the Johto region.
A path that cuts through the row of trees to come out on the coastline.
A tower that's said to have a legendary Pokémon that lands there.
A popular route for Trainers, marked by three Apricorn trees.

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